leeaux

my name is leeaux and this is my website.

on it you will find a list of my projects, accomplishments, thoughts, and works of art.

email me at iam@leeaux.com

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the revolving heads.

sometimes parents have a hard time conveying what they want to say. i shouldn’t have to have any family stress when i turn 30. i’m 28. i’ll be 29 august 3rd. of course if the cosmos and my body allows for me to even meet that. or if covid, or yellowstone exploding, or one of the many tragedies to remind us how human we are transpires. it’s all tough cookies.

permanently at work

that’s what it’s starting to feel like. i enjoy it greatly. life is all about perspective. what you make of the situation becomes your reality. you’re not the situation, it’s your actions that define you. 2020 is a strange year. we’re surviving a pandemic whilst ending racism. creators are permanently at work. truthfully it feels like my existence alone is protest. what’s next is i should become more vocal of

i have the best audience an artist could ask for…

within 24 hours my friends together raised well over $500 for donations to the N.A.A.C.P. if you’re just now joining us, that stands for The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. the NAACP was something we read about in history class. they were founded in 1909 to abolish the injustices People of Color faced and continue to face exactly 111 years later. Founded February 12, 1909, the NAACP

learning

thankfully all of this has been an intense learning process. i’m going to be 29 this year. my dad turned 60 the other day. my brother and i called him on a group video chat since he lives in Houston. the united states is leading with covid-19 cases. one thing for sure is this reminded us all of our humanity. i’m doing my part to relaying solid informational findings on

our planet is facing an actual crisis and all i can do is make art and develop websites.

it’s a rather eerie scenario to be in. i spent years mastering my craft seriously in hopes of securing a type of foundational financial gain just to be thwarted by a rather untimely almost seemingly engineered biological disaster. imagine being a full time artist in the panic. the biggest fears for everyone seems to be staring into the uncertainty –maybe that’s met in combination with digesting disinformation helping create distress.

a year in review

without a doubt, 2019 was the most influential year of my human life. it was the fall of 2018 when i woke up in Las Vegas, NV prepared to attempt a new life. this journey was riddled in unexpected events. realistically i had no idea i would even survive out here. lo and behold it’s 2020. the process was insane. for 2019, i quit drinking alcohol. that was the greatest

writing my journey out

is only important to me. much like i’m going to be the only person who toots my horn or promotes my art. i recognize how extremely lucky i am to have an audience and support for my journey through the arts. i have flashbacks to when i was growing up and growing into becoming this person. the places i’ve come from are unbelievable to me. the things i’ve done and

I’m at Container Park for #SecondSundayLV

i’ll be joining the ISI Group for Second Sunday at Container Park. you can RSVP for a reminder here. i really enjoy laughing and talking with people who stop by to admire my art. it really means a lot. we’re all stumbling through life together so any time spent relating on the images i render genuinely makes me happy. i hope you enjoy the memories we’ve made. L

the only constant is change

September has been an incredible month for me. September was an intense time of changes for many aspects of my life. in many different avenues i have began growing and expanding to what feels like the greatest version of myself. i overcame. maybe we should take with us the understanding of how cycles actually prepare us for life’s infinite possibilities. one thing I found interesting that I saw in a

you end up in some of the strangest places

i couldn’t imagine a life where i didn’t follow my dreams i would often ask myself “would any of this matter?” while embarking on this road less traveled. i looked forward placing one foot in front of another with only my gift of art and the support of my friends. my burning desire to “make it” fueled me, however; i clearly had no idea what “making it” meant. there are